I'm curious about the world and ask way too many questions; I couldn't think of a better career than journalism.
When I was twenty years old and studying at the University of Toronto, I was hired as a reporter at Canada's most listened to news radio station, Toronto's 680News. It was an interesting experience trading a backpack during the day for a microphone pack during the evenings and weekends.
After graduating with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and French, I made the jump to television. I started as a writer-editor at Sun Media's start up national TV network before working my way up to reporter in less than a year. After two years there, I made the leap to one of the country's leading networks, Global News.
At Global, I have covered some of the biggest stories in the country including the drug scandal involving Toronto mayor Rob Ford.
Beyond the major headlines, I crave to tell stories that bring out the human element. We are all human, after all, and it's the stories of struggle, fear, loss, and happiness that drive my story telling and shaped my desire to become a journalist.
After four and a half years at Global, I decided to take another leap. I have been interested in international security given the issues impacting the world over recent years. My curiousity has led me to pursue a Master's for young professionals in International Security at Sciences Po in Paris, where I am currently based. I'm lucky to be surrounded by some of the brightest minds at one of the best universities in the world.
Outside of work, I love to travel (and eat my way) around the globe. I have trekked to thirty countries and hope to visit as many countries as my age. No small feat - but I am determined!
Here on my site you can find my reel, watch my stories, read my articles, and get in touch. Hope to connect with you!